Ransomware is a malicious software that is increasingly frightening to federal, state and local agencies – and the citizens they serve – nationwide.
The cost is too high for governments to neglect those who are increasingly disadvantaged in our digital economy. Here’s what they can do to break the cycle.
While technology does an amazing job at connecting us, providing equitable services for all communities takes a lot more effort than pressing send on an email.
We spoke with the Chief Information Officer for the 9th largest city in the U.S., to understand how equity can and should drive government decision-making.
As the world continues to adjust to new ways of living and working, many organizationsare looking to plan for the future and reopening offices.
Congratulations on your new role as chief information officer. Here are some things that can help in the early stages of your tenure and beyond.
As the world adjusts and evolves to new ways of working, organizational leaders are being tasked with enabling hybrid remote and office working for their teams, putting the right systems and infrastructures in place to ensure a consistent employee experience. It is clearer than ever before that technology will play an increasingly essential role inRead… Read more »
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Edge computing enables applications to run at the location where they are needed, saving agencies both bandwidth and time.
Transformation in government technology comes with benefits and challenges. When it comes to applications, things have changed so quickly that it may be hard to keep up with.